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Making custom cd's, windows PE, and unattended ins

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I have a lot of experience making custom cd's, windows PE, and unattended installs.. If there's enough interest i can post guides on making custom unattended cd's.

One cd i've made has xp home, xp pro, win2k pro, win2k server, win2k adv server all on one 700 meg cd, all unattended.

Another cd i've made has xp home sp1, xp pro sp1, and winpe on a 700 meg cd. The nice thing about this cd is you can install XP home or pro unattended or regular (you type in the serial and everything).

I haven't seen anything on this site on winpe. Winpe is the future, which is obvious now that longhorn uses it to install.

I also have a lot of $OEM$ tweaks that i haven't seen anyone post. I could post some of my tweaks.

Is there interest in any of these topics? If so let me know. I have a ton of stuff. Also let me know what topics you guys would be interested in.

-gosh

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yep, post all your knowledge as this forum is a great tool. i scour this site daily trying to make my cd better and better

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I have a quest for you... Figure out how to push variables from the CIW in RIS to GUI mode (or to the registry or anywhere else it can be extracted from later). :) That's what I want to know. You know if this is possible?

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I personally would like to know if you've managed to truly slipstream WiMP 9.0 into Windows XP cd's...

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I make too.windows 2k pro and server with updates,patches one cd

But winpe.I have some problems.Can you personalized this cd?I want to use for shell ERD commander.Because its better classical interface.I have both.I want to merge all.If you have interesting ideas.Please share us? :)

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Interested in it too.. :)

I want to make a win2k & winxp pro dvd.

Unattended both versions.

Also I want them to use the same oem folder (application & stuff)

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Very interested over here also. So please share the wealth of knowledge that you posses with the rest of us and future visitors :)

Thanks

Sidespike

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Great!

Just a stupid question: what does PE stands for?

firgive my ignorance

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Preinstallation Environment :)

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Preinstallation Environment 
thanx and sorry for the dumb question
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Every new $ interesting thing is welcomed. I look forward to learn. So, bring it on. :)

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I`m very interrested. :rolleyes:

I do a Multiboot cd (for my business) with W2K prof, Advansed & Server on one CD with DX90b, MP9, SP4, IE6SP1 usw.

At home I try to make a Win98SE, WXPro, WXpro SP1, WXPro SP1 & Software, but it not really work. :)

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Very interested :D .

There's so much useful information and guidance offered here, but finding it is sometimes difficult :D . Especially if you get the terminology wrong or if you're just slightly off track... :)

There's nothing more frustrating than fighting with a particular install, to find you're barking up the wrong tree, and a simple restated search would have put you back on the right track immediately. :rolleyes:

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Hey Gosh, this would be a great idea! Can't wait to see it happen. If you need some web space for the pictures I could help (if you are going to use pics).

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I AM INTERESTED A LOT too! :)

p.s. Is it possible to make a win2k & winxp pro cd with one $oem$ folder (application & stuff) for them to use?

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mee too!!

VERY much interested

I can also host the files if you feel like it.

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